Ever hear of Google? How about Dropbox or Quora? YouTube? If you used any of these sites today, you used Python. Learn more right here!
It's not hard to fall through the cracks, ending up among the weeds when you're interviewing for a coding position. There are plenty of great tips out there for nailing your interview once you're there, but even with the best coding skills available, you have to get that interview in order to show off your skills. If you want to land an interview with the company you want to work for, ignore the rules and try these tips instead.
Whether it is taking a risk, learning something new or just daring to believe in yourself when nobody else will, history has always favored the brave. From authors who consistently make the New York Times Best-Sellers List to epic guys in history books (and even a YouTube sensation who skyrocketed to super-stardom), here are 4 risk-takers who prove that in order to make history… you have to make the future notice you.
PC, consoles, handhelds and mobile. With the right core of coding skills, game design on any and all of these platforms is available to you. A career as a game designer has potential trajectories you may not have even thought of, however.
Python is a multi-paradigm programming language that has primarily been developed as a more concise, straightforward and easy to understand alternative to other major languages such as C, Java and Perl. Python programming is designed to be highly standardized, with a clear protocol for any task and little to no need for coming up with elaborate patchwork solutions to get something done.
An online job-hunting platform dedicated to helping those without college degrees find skills-based jobs, officially launched Thursday in Colorado, the first state to have access to the service.
Called Skillful, the service combines online tools and on-the-ground resources to connect job-hunters to jobs and training. It also works with employers to offer tools and advisors to broaden their talent pool by creating skills-based job descriptions.
If you want to learn to code, Ruby On Rails is a great place to start, and you won’t be able to learn it any faster than by enrolling in a DaVinci Coders class.You might have heard of Ruby on Rails or known of someone who has used it. Maybe you even gave it a shot before but couldn't quite figure it out on your own. We're here to teach you.